Solid-state drive; a device that uses solid-state memory to persistently store data, often as a replacement for a traditional hard drive. Because SSDs do not use mechanical seeking to access data, they can provide much higher performance than hard drives especially with random I/O operations.

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SSD slow startup time [on hold]

What could be causing my pc to boot up slower? Windows is installed on my SSD, and it was ok before. I even tried with a reset option, but it is the same.
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Samsung 970 evo slow write

Debian 10 (installed in uefi with gpt) with kernel 4.16. Disk is set to PCIe Gen 3.0 x4. Maximum disk write is about 700 MB/s and read is 3500 MB/s. Tested with gnome-disks and dd. Scheduler ...
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M.2 SSD somtimes fails to boot/not detected in BIOS

so few days ago my M.2 SSD started showing signs of failure on my ASUS n580VD laptop. It would sometimes fail to boot, and not show up on bios as a boot device. However, the bios can still detect the ...
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nvme SSD mount as single mount point centos 7

I have 4 nvme SSD drivers which directly attached to motherboard which showing as 4 jbod drivers to OS. How can i mount this as single mount point?Kindly advise
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Why does EaseUS Todo give Linux Emergency Disk error?

I'm using EaseUS ToDo Backup to clone an HDD to an SSD. Partway throught the Disk/Partition Clone process, I get this error:Linux emergency disk cannot support GPT disk. Please create WinPE ...
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Blinking cursor but no OS [on hold]

I wanted to install linux as my main OS and did some wrong configurations with the partions via windows i think...I tried to install debian but i didn't know it was without gui and i chose to erase ...
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After creating a raid, main boot disk says unreadable [closed]

So i just installed 2 Samsung SSDs for running my os in raid 0 and now my boot drive will not boot properly. It says error 50 log files are unreadable when I try sfc or chkdsk. I have a feeling I may ...